August 1, 2017

Event on a private island? Alright then!

Thinking of eloping? Our very own British Isles are giving exotic destinations a run for their money – think chartered boat trips, scenic surroundings and the ability to stroll around your very own private island. Save yourself from the busy airports and host a party on one of these unique historical British islands.

Who knew Essex had greater assets than Gemma Collins; try venturing across the causeway and you’ll find yourself on Osea Island newly named Britain’s ‘luxury event island’. Covered at high water you’ll have to pick your crossing carefully but once there you’ll have 380 acres at your disposal all surrounded by over 4 miles of beaches. Yes, our imagination is running already of what can be done with this space. The exclusive island is already a favourite amongst the A listers – Sean Paul hosted a tennis tournament and private gig there this summer, just saying…

Further South… No need to pack your crew jumper and wetsuit, the Isle of Wight is no longer just a place where Grandparents took you to buy your annual pair of sailing shoes. Thanks to an abundance of trendy pop up restaurants and bars (shout out to Spook!) cropping up, the island is fast becoming the English Channel’s answer to the King’s Road.

Reluctant to leave your beloved capital? Amber Lakes is just a short drive from London but with fresh water lakes and your own private jetty you’ll feel a million miles from the murky Thames. There’s a luxurious Scandinavian style lodge and a jetty fit for a firework display so you can really pretend that you’re entertaining abroad.

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Moët x The Lanesborough

We are so thrilled that two of our favourite clients are collaborating!

Moriarty x Mark's Club

Over the summer Moriarty organised a beautiful evening in collaboration with Mark’s Members Club, Mayfair.

Moriarty turns two!

Looking back over another successful year at Moriarty!

Moriarty's Head of Business Operations

Introducing Zoë, our team member who makes sure everything runs like clockwork

September 11, 2017

Event on a private island? Alright then!

Thinking of eloping? Our very own British Isles are giving exotic destinations a run for their money – think chartered boat trips, scenic surroundings and the ability to stroll around your very own private island. Save yourself from the busy airports and host a party on one of these unique historical British islands.

Who knew Essex had greater assets than Gemma Collins; try venturing across the causeway and you’ll find yourself on Osea Island newly named Britain’s ‘luxury event island’. Covered at high water you’ll have to pick your crossing carefully but once there you’ll have 380 acres at your disposal all surrounded by over 4 miles of beaches. Yes, our imagination is running already of what can be done with this space. The exclusive island is already a favourite amongst the A listers – Sean Paul hosted a tennis tournament and private gig there this summer, just saying…

Further South… No need to pack your crew jumper and wetsuit, the Isle of Wight is no longer just a place where Grandparents took you to buy your annual pair of sailing shoes. Thanks to an abundance of trendy pop up restaurants and bars (shout out to Spook!) cropping up, the island is fast becoming the English Channel’s answer to the King’s Road.

Reluctant to leave your beloved capital? Amber Lakes is just a short drive from London but with fresh water lakes and your own private jetty you’ll feel a million miles from the murky Thames. There’s a luxurious Scandinavian style lodge and a jetty fit for a firework display so you can really pretend that you’re entertaining abroad.

Source link

Moët x The Lanesborough

We are so thrilled that two of our favourite clients are collaborating!

Moriarty x Mark's Club

Over the summer Moriarty organised a beautiful evening in collaboration with Mark’s Members Club, Mayfair.

Moriarty turns two!

Looking back over another successful year at Moriarty!

Moriarty's Head of Business Operations

Introducing Zoë, our team member who makes sure everything runs like clockwork

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